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Silver Universe explores the topic of aging through an interdisciplinary lens and promotes a high quality life for aging individuals through the idea of active living, which encourages patients to exercise, have a healthy diet, and engage in disease prevention efforts.
Silver Universe explores the topic of aging through an interdisciplinary lens while promoting their new idea of "active living" which incorporates exercise alongside a healthy diet and the implementation of disease prevention. The diverse group of contributors shed light on the connections between the psychological, emotional, and physical aspects of aging. From psychology (both clinical and social), through neurology, neurogenetics, gerontology, nutrition, economics, communication, law, tourism and theology, this book offers complimentary views on active living to ensure a high quality of life.
Roberto Giua is business organization consultant.
Laura Dryjanska is assistant professor in the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University.
Chapter 1: Psycho-Social Research/Interventions of Intergenerational Tourism in Italy by Antonietta Albanese and Elena Bocci Chapter 2: From Solitude to Sharing: When the Community Wants to "Live" The Alzheimer's Disease by Amalia Cecilia Bruni, Valentina Lagana, Desiree Addesi, Patrizia Notaro, and Francesca Frangipane Chapter 3: Mono Strategic (Direct and Indirect) and Multi Strategic (Indirect) Rehabilitative Interventions for Alzheimer's Disease by Gabriele Carbone Chapter 4: The European Tradition of Human Dignity: Scenarios, Intersections, Symbolism and Implications of Care by Fabio Cembrani Chapter 5: Psychosocial Interventions for People with Dementia. The Experience of Inrca's Alzheimer Day Care Centre by Patrizia Civerchia, Simona Castellani, and Giovanni Lamura Chapter 6: Lessons Learned from the Dublin City University Ireland Intergenerational Learning Program by Trudy Corrigan Chapter 7: Pandora's Box: What Fears are behind the Stigma of Aging? by Laura Dryjanska Chapter 8: Feeling Well, A Must For the Future by Marzia Giua Chapter 9: Anti-Aging Food... Can Be Delicious! by Chiara Manzi Chapter 10: Public Service Advertising on Ageing and Dementia Problems. Case Study in Spain and in Italy by Esther Martinez Pastor Chapter 11: Active Ageing and Community Care in Malta by George (Gino) Pavia Chapter 12: Theological Framework for Aging and the End of Life by Scott B. Rae Chapter 13: Older People and the New European Pillar of Social Rights by Marco Ricceri Chapter 14: Mime Dialogues for Active Living & Intergenerational Resilience by Richard E. Shope III
Silver Universe: Views on Active Living takes the reader on a journey through recent social changes in Western society. No one better than the editors, Laura Dryjanska and Roberto Giua, two key members of the European Network on Intergenerational Family Solidarity (INTERFASOL), can emphasize how meaningful relationships, including care and support between generations, are essential for an active life. -- Anne Marie Fontaine, University of Porto
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